One of the awesome things about Stampin’ Up! demonstrators is that they share their creative ideas.  Often I hear someone tell me that they could never be a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator because they aren’t creative – they could never come up with ideas.  Well ladies, let me tell you that is not a reason at all.  You don’t need to come up with any ideas on your own if you don’t want to.  There are sooooo many places for you to go to get ideas.  Demonstrators all over the world post their ideas on their own personal blogs, on their websites, on yahoo groups, on online classrooms, on online communities; not to mention the resources that Stampin’ Up! provides – a monthly demo magazine, videos, training at events, ideas on their websites, and more.  In fact there are way more ideas out there than any one person could ever use or show.  So don’t let that be the reason you don’t join.  Now is a great time to sign up as a demonstrator and I would love to have you join my team.  Are you interested?  The starter kit is 15% OFF plus you get a $50 bonus product bundle -Stampin’ Up! is such a wonderful company – if you want to know more let me know – I’d love to talk to you about it – just contact me – click on the contact me button at the top of my blog.

So now on to another cute project that was shared by Angie Juda on her blog – if you want the instructions visit her here.

This cute little thing is made from the Petal Cone Die in the Stampin’ Up! Occasions mini catalog.  Really it is!  Basically you cut off the bottom of the cone portion and create flaps to make the bottom of the little container.

I don’t know about you but this Eat Chocolate stamp set is so yummy.  I have to keep it put away because it makes me want to go eat chocolate.  This little box is made with Soft Suede an Blush Blossom card stock.  I added sponging on the white and pink pieces.

So go eat some chocolate today!

And now for the next Spring Bingo piece – here you go –
Good Luck players!